Because you are using layer 2 interfaces - there is no fragmentation support at layer 2, and interfaces receiving frames which have an unsupported size will be dropped.
I think the best way for you to proceed is to lab this up; and verify what happens - it may be that you need to make changes on switches at either end of the channel within a very short time frame to prevent too large an outage.
When you are ready to maike your change - think the best way to do this is to use the interface range command, and apply the 'mtu' command to all the interfaces in this range. I don't think it matters which switch you apply this change to first, and I don't believe if you are hinting at the 802.3ad (controlled by system-priority) decision maker, that it makes any difference.
I think you will be lucky not to have an outage of even 1ms, like I say I would lab this up, although this is only going to prove the segment between the 2 switches, unless you have 2 identical servers with which you can lab.
It may be better to start asking some questions, like:
What sort of traffic is the network carrying?
Are these links a bottleneck at the moment?
is it possible to add further links into these bundles
How is the load balancing over the links configured? src-mac, src-dst-ip etc
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